Articles by Cory Larrabee


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Review: Flip FabriQue provides puzzling performance

Flip FabriQue was based solely on body movement, featuring circus tricks. Unfortunately, acrobatics and music wasn’t enough to keep up with the storyline on Nov. 12 at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. The few times the performers used their voices, microphones would have worked better for the audience to be able to hear over the…

Transfer fair brings networking to campus

Citrus College held its annual transfer fair from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m on Oct. 12 in the Campus Center Mall. The fair was filled with hopeful students in search of answers for their transfer goals. At least 50 college representatives from all over the country were in attendance to answer all of their questions….

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Tutoring center location becomes more accessible

 All tutoring is in the ED building. The STEM Center is on one side, and the Math Center and Learning Center are on the other side. Dr. Marianne Smith, Director of the Institute for Completion, said, “Grant funding went away for the Math and STEM programs which is normal. It happens.” More classes were being…

Review: “Cadence” receives moving response from audience

Tears were shed by audience members during a moving performance of “Cadence” at the Emerging American Voices showcase on Oct. 14. at The Little Theatre. Since the showcase was held in a small and intimate setting, the audience had the opportunity to give the actors feedback at the end of the show. For the first…

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Review: Concert takes audience back in time

American Rhapsody: Gershwin Songbook was entertaining, lacks colors and imagery. As one of the first performances of the Fall season, the Haugh Performing Arts Center should have filled, however, the majority of the crowd was senior citizens who could barely fill half of the theater. Michael Andrew, the headline singer and bandleader, walked on stage…

Showcase brings the ‘world to an end’

From the student writers, directors, and actors of Citrus College comes a play that takes a new spin on the apocalypse: “Scenes From the End of The World”, being performed June 3rd at 5pm in the Little Theatre. Unlike the Fall student showcase, “Emerging American Voices”, where professors handle the directing of student works, this…